Just when you thought cuffing season was over, it’s actually just the beginning. No, we are not speaking of cuffing season in the sense of being tied down by a serious relationship during the fall and winter months, but cuffing as in the artful accessory that brings forth such an artistic appeal, hence the Arm and Ear Cuff, is so on trend for the Spring Season.
Great clothes are essential in creating the perfect canvas and anchoring your overall style. However, accessories are what take fashion to another level. The perfect accessory can turn a great outfit into a jaw-dropping masterpiece. Not only do accessories put a signature touch on your look, but they can also provide multiple looks for the same outfit.
Take a moment and envision yourself wearing a floral dress, or shorts and a cute tee, what’s a girl going to do to stand out? We highly recommend investing in an arm cuff or ear cuff, and playing around with different variations and styles of this trend.
Arm cuffs have been decorating the wrists and forearms and upper arms of some very high profile fashionistas such as Nichole Richie, Halle Berry, and Cameron Diaz. The obsession with arm cuffs versus a plain old bracelet is simply a quick and efficient way to upgrade the entire tone of an outfit without having to try too hard; this is what makes this accessory so artistic and yet appealing to both designers and celebrities alike.
And let’s not forget about the ear cuff! The ear cuff trend is a darling yet rocker chic update to plain old traditional earrings. Ear cuffs are cool and edgy, and whether it’s a cartilage hoop or a sleek climber, there’s something undeniably unique about the look. Some designers have taken to a bolder interpretation of this trend and created whole ear cuffs which encase the outer rim of the ear.
Both the arm cuff and ear cuff is super cute and on trend, as they come in all different shapes and sizes making it extremely easy to pair it up with any outfit or any personal style. But please avoid looking too costume-ish and keep it simple, but yet bold.
So, to cuff or not to cuff is the question!